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"I grew up with the feeling of being stuck between two cultures and places. China was always a temporary place, somewhere I’d go only for holidays for weeks or months at a time, but what it was and what it stood for had a lot of weight in my life."
"When I was young, my grandfather used to tell us stories about a period of time when he acted as an unofficial exorcist for his town, and I've been fascinated with storytelling ever since."
We are super excited to announce that we will be working with Sukhjit Khalsa on a transformative performance by artists who identify as South Asian.
Congratulations to Holden Sheppard on winning the Griffith Novella Prize and his shortlisting for the City of Fremantle T.A.G. Hungerford award.
We are delighted to announce that we have selected ten emerging writers to be mentored in our Indian Ocean Mentoring Project.
Aug
20
Undercurrent is a series of spoken word afternoons. Each month, local artists are invited to respond to a theme and experience new poetry in the city,  which can take any form – a poem, a story, a song, or a hybrid of a combination of forms. The theme of this event is 'fade'. Book Online
An illustration of books, cups of cofee, a clock, a candle, and a lamp floating in a light sage green background
Aug
23
Do you struggle to carve out distraction free writing time? Are you looking for a safe group environment to work on your writing? Would you like to meet other writers in your community? Then this group is for you! Book Online
An illustration of different people writing together at a desk.
Aug
24
For teachers of creative writing in secondary schools, these workshops are suited to a range of abilities, from a basic understanding of narrative to the capacity to experiment with language, form and structure, thus modelling students’ differing abilities. Book Online
Aug
25
Our First Nations Book Club is an introduction to a diverse range of texts by First Nations authors. Book Online
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